The Linde Group, has launched the world’s first car sharing service, which exclusively uses fuel cell cars. “BeeZero” will be run on a zone-based model in Munich (Germany) and will be the world’s first major fleet of fuel cell cars run by a single operator.  50 Hyundai ix35, which will be available throughout the centre as well as in the Schwabing, Haidhausen, Au and Glockenbachviertel areas of the city. The cars will be refuelled by BeeZero employees with hydrogen sourced exclusively from sustainable production processes, making it completely carbon neutral. Dr Christian Bruch, member of the Executive Board of Linde AG, signified, “We expect to gain valuable information from day-to-day fleet operations, which we will use to further develop our H2 technologies and to help expand the H2 infrastructure.”

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